We Migrated the Farm

NoHo Gothic

We Migrated the Farm

“We specialize in the very best in organic rendering.  No mechanized, industrial farming for us, just real Artisan Rendering at its best.”

IEAAI – Rendering with care since 1997

For our Moving Announcement, we thought we would poke a little fun at Grant Wood’s iconic American Gothic painting.  We like to keep a sense of humor about what we do and our place in the Building Community.  In the 20+ years that we have been in business, we have often been compared to computer rendering houses, so we thought we would poke a little fun at that, too.

The truth is that no media is blanketly good for everything and sometimes (at least in our view) you need an artist to put the extra communication in there.  When you are up against a stiff City Council, an artist’s take on it can become the bridge between professional and layman.  A hand done rendering can also be the ticket to standing out in the crowd in a competition or quelling the worries of a community group.

Fine Art is relatable.  Yes, it’s not as definitive and realistic as a CGI, but it is something we are comfortable living with and sometimes it can be just the connection you need.

We hope you enjoy the art and we certainly look forward to helping you on your next project.

Please note our new address:  5258 Cartwright Ave #4, NoHo, California 91601

Happy Holidays 2016

Thank you to our clients, associates, admirers and friends for making 2016 a stellar year. We wish you all good health, prosperity and success and look forward to collaborating and creating with you in 2017.
Bullock Wilshire

Painted Parks Published

We love seeing our work published; almost as much as we love seeing our client’s projects get approved.

The recent boom in neighborhood development has brought some outstanding projects to Los Angeles. We have had the honor of working on several, including the new development at Parsons in Pasadena, and the upcoming re-envisioning of the Westfield Promenade in Tarzana.

This well-known shopping area has been an anchor of the community for a very long time. The designers have utilized this to make it a true community center with residences, shops, parks and a very accessible performance arena.

Our renderings of Westfield Promenade were recently published in the Los Angeles Times, Curbed Los Angeles and The Architects Newsletter.  The use of watercolor communicates the organic sense that the designers have incorporated and captures the human experience in a way that anyone can relate to.

Westfield Promenade Park View